Students use the latest technology equipment in the operation, diagnosis, servicing and repair of vehicles and components.
The Automotive Technology program follows guidelines that lead to employment and/or post-secondary education and is designed for students with a strong interest in the automotive field. The program is a combination of classroom theory and practical experiences through which students can develop knowledge and skills that lead to careers in transportation and related industries. Students are exposed to the latest technology and equipment to learn the fundamentals and current advances in Automotive Industry.
Those students who major in Automotive Technology gain experience in the operation, diagnosis, servicing and repair of systems and components such as engines, brakes, power train, suspension, electronic and performance units. Students in their final year may also gain experience in the workplace through work practicum. Employment opportunities exist in the technical, parts, service and retail sectors of automotive, recreational, commercial and agricultural facilities.